Beads, Braids And Past
My name is Roxanne. I have 2 daughters Nyomi (7) and Kennedi 5. I am Caribbean-American and my husband is African American. We recently relocated again to the USA after residing in Japan (non-military) for 3.5yrs.
What is your daughter’s hair care routine
I wash my children hair each Saturday b/c they take swimming courses. My girls were twist 99% of the time, so I wash their hair whereas in twist. I redo Nyomi’s twist every 2 weeks and Kennedi’s every 10 days. At evening I cowl the women hair with a silk scarf then place a stocking cap on top of it to maintain scarf in place.
I make a shea butter combine that consist of unrefined shea butter, castor oil, coconut oil, and EVOO that I take advantage of on their hair. I also spritz their hair day by day with a water, glycerin, and aloe vera gel combine. If not utilizing these merchandise, I like Carol’s Daughters Hair Butter and Qhemet merchandise.
Have you ever ever used chemicals on her hair
I have been natural since Feb 1998, so I have Never thought-about putting any chemicals on my girls hair.
You’ve skills! How did you be taught to do all of this
Since I usually model my hair in twist, doing twist to my girls hair was fairly simple to do. However after discovering BeadsBraidsBeyond, I have tried to do more inventive types.
How do your daughter’s really feel about their hair Can we see their favourite fashion
We moved to Japan when my children were 10m and 3yrs outdated, so all of the kids they interacted with had lengthy straight hair. It bothered my oldest daughter for the longest time that her hair did not look/really feel like her buddies. During that point, I had additionally decided to grow my very own short blue ombre hair natural hair out after carrying a boycut for 7 straight years. I made a degree of telling my women that their hair was unique and beautiful. As my hair grew, I confirmed them how we too could have lengthy hair. My oldest daughter began to love sporting twist as a result of she may shake her head and her hair would move like her classmates. Her favourite style is definitely twist. My youngest daughter has the biggest fro within the household, but HATES her massive hair, so she prefers carrying her hair in twist or buns.
Benefit from the bonding time. Before moving again to the USA, I had no choice however to do my children hair. Now that we are back, I’ve a few names of pure stylist tin my area. And though part of me would Like to have my 3hrs back (the period of time it takes for me to do each heads), I do know that that is treasured bonding time between me and my girls and i need to understand the second.
Roxanne is doing an important job along with her daughters’ hair! I understand how gorgeous their mamas hair is, so how may she not be lol 😉 The women are just too adorable, and the way cool is it that they lived in Japan Keep up the nice work mom! I really like these updo’s!
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